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Great when non-Bollywood work gets appreciated: Shakti Mohan

Published On : 12 Apr 2018


Mumbai, (IANS): Popular contemporary dancer Shakti Mohan feels happy to see non-Bollywood and independent work get appreciated.

Shakti, who features with sister Mukti Mohan in the song "Kanha Re" -- sung by their sibling Neeti Mohan -- shared a glimpse of the track on Twitter.

"It is great when non-Bollywood work also gets appreciated. Thank you all for supporting independent work of artistes," Shakti captioned the image.

Shakti was last seen on the small screen judging the dance-based reality show "Dance Plus" with Remo D'Souza and Dharmesh Yelande.







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